Amazon expands network in NE states

Last Modified Friday, 6 April 2018 (17:17 IST)
New Delhi: E- Commerce major announced the expansion of its delivery network to five more states in North East India namely Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, and Sikkim, thus covering every state in the region. 

With this expansion, now has 20 Service Partner nodes across the eight North Eastern states. The Service Partner program will enable Amazon to penetrate further into tier 3 and tier 4 locations in India with its own delivery services. The Service Partner program is one of the last mile models by Amazon Logistics wherein entrepreneurs act as’s local distribution network providers and create the last mile delivery footprint. The company now has over 350 Service Partner nodes across the country including regions such as Jorhat, Agartala, Zunhebotto, Tirap, Saiha, and Tamenglong to name a few. (UNI)